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ENTRY YEAR MONTH DAY NO. FIRSTNATIONSURRENDERING OTHERSURRENDERER LOCATIONNAME COUNTY INDEXTEXT PAGE VOLUME
1566 1892 5 5 321 TAILLON, IGNACE, JEAN-BTE., LUCIE, MATHILDE, OLIVIER, SOPHRANIE, AND OTHERS DUNDEE TOWNSHIP HUNTINGDON COUNTY (TAILLON, IGNACE, JEAN-BTE., LUCIE, MATHILDE, OLIVIER, SOPHRANIE, AND OTHERS) LOTS 7 D AND 8 D (60 ACRES, 3 ROODS) AND 13C (2 ACRES, 2 ROODS), CHENAL RANGE, DUNDEE TOWNSHIP, HUNTINGDON COUNTY, QUE. 71
1636 1892 5 5 321 MATHILDE TALLION AND OTHERS DUNDEE TOWNSHIP HUNTINGDON COUNTY BY MATHILDE TAILLON AND OTHERS. LOTS 7D AND 8D (60 ACRES, 3 ROODS) AND LOT 13C (2 ACRES, 2 ROODS), CHENAL RANGE 71
1802 1892 5 5 321 LAFLECHE, MARIE AND MARTHE, AND OTHERS (LAFLECHE, AMRIE AND MARTHE, AND OTHERS) LOTS 7D AND 8D (60 ACRES, 3 ROODS) AND LOT 13C (2 ACRES, 2 ROODS) CHENAL RANGE, DUNDEE TOWNSHIP, HUNTINGDON COUNTY, QUE. 71

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Date: 1892/05/05

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No. 321.


Know all men, by these presents, that Mathilde Durocher of the town of Cornwall, in the Province of Ontario, formerly of the township of Dundee, in the Province of Quebec, widow of the late Alexandre Taillon, Ignace Taillon, of the city of Montreal, carpenter, Marie Taillon, wife of Damase Lafleche, laborer, with whom she resides at Casselman Falls, in Ontario aforesaid, and the said Damase Lafleche as well and duly authorizing his said wife for all the purposes hereof, Sophranie Taillon, of Cornwall aforesaid, spinster, Olivier Taillon, of Dundee aforesaid, farmer, Marthe Taillon, wife of Alexandre Lafleche, carpenter, with whom she resides at Cornwall aforesaid, and the said Alexandre Lafleche as well and duly authorizing his said wife for all the purposes hereof, Jean Baptiste Taillon, of Cornwall aforesaid, blacksmith, Justine Taillon and Lucie Taillon, of Cornwall aforesaid, spinsters, did and do hereby bargain, sell, assign, surrender, renounce, release, abandon and quit-claim from this day, henceforth and for ever, with full warranty against all troubles and causes of trouble and eviction generally whatsoever, to Her Majesty Queen Victoria and to Her heirs and successors, all those properties known and designated on the official plan and book of reference of the said township of Dundee as lots Numbers seven D and eight D on the Chenal range, in said township, containing by admeasurement sixty acres and three roods, be the same more or less, and as lot Number thirteen C, on said Chenal range, in said township, containing by admeasurement two acres and two roods, be the same more or less, with all appurtenances thereon and thereunto belonging.

To be by Her Majesty the Queen, Her heirs and Successors, held and enjoyed in full property from this day, to take possession thereof immediately.

The hereby sold premises belong to the said vendors as being the sole and only co-proprietors thereof under and by virtue of a Patent granted by Her Majesty the Queen on the ninth of September last.

The present surrender, sale, release and quit-claim is thus made for and in consideration of the price and sum of two thousand six hundred and twenty-three dollars and twenty-six cents, currency, which the said vendors acknowledge to have received from Her Majesty the Queen, before the execution hereof, whereof quit.

Under and by virtue of these presents, Her Majesty the Queen, Her heirs and successors is or are and shall remain duly subrogated in all the rights, claims, interest, demands resulting or accruing to said vendors in, to or upon the hereby sold premises, from the aforesaid Patent, or any other title whatsoever.

In testimony whereof the said parties hereto have hereunto set their hands and seals at Cornwall aforesaid, this Fifth day of May in the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-two.

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of (having been first read over and explained) as to the signatures of Mathilde Durocher, Ignace Taillon, Sophranie Taillon, Marthe Taillon, Alexandre Lafleche, Jean Baptiste Taillon, Justine Taillon, Lucie Taillon, Alexandre Stafford, Sonia Taillon, Olivier Taillon, Marthe Taillon, and Jean Baptiste Taillon:

Adrian I. Macdonell

As to the signatures of Marie Taillon and Damase Lafleche (having been first read over and explained) as to their marks:

Amelia Lafleche

A. I. Macdonell

As to the signature of Olivier Taillon(having been first read over and explained) as to their marks:

A. I. Macdonell

John J. O’Sullivan


Mathilde Durocher [L.S.]

Ignace Taillon [L.S.]

Marie Taillon [L.S.]

Damase Lafleche [L.S.]

Sophrane Taillon [L.S.]

Olivier Taillon [L.S.]

Marthe Taillon [L.S.]

Alexandre Lafleche [L.S.]

Jean Baptiste Taillon [L.S.]

Justine Taillon [L.S.]

Lucie Taillon  [L.S.]


Canada,

Province of Quebec,

District of Beauharnois

Parish of St. Anicet


I, Adrian I. MacDonell, of the town of Cornwall, in the Province of Ontario, attorney at law, being duly sworn on the Holy Bible, do hereby attest and certify that I was personally present and did see all the vendors named in the foregoing deed of sale and surrender, duly sign and execute the same as an act of their own free will, that I have subscribed the same as witness together with Alexander Stafford, Amelia Laflecie and John J. O’Sullivan, other subscribing witnesses thereto.

Sworn at St. Anicet aforesaid, this sixteenth day of May in the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-two, before me, the undersigned

A. I. MacDonell

I. I. Crevier Notary Public

And Commissioner of the Superior Court at Beauharnois


I Certify this document was received at the Registry Office of the County of Huntingdon, on the Twenty-fifth day of May one thousand eight hundred and Ninety-two at Nine o’clock in the forenoon, and is recorded in Register B volume 18 page 748 under number 19870.


And Somerville

Registrar.


Recorded 22nd May, 1892.

Lib: 139, Fol: 354.


L. A. Catellier

Dep: Registrar General of Canada.

  1. Canada. Indian Treaties and Surrenders from No. 281 to No. 483. CIHM/ICMH Digital Series = CIHM/ICMH Collection Numérisée. Ottawa: C.H. Parmelee, 1912.